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The Netblock Owner Question

 
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Nucleus



Joined: 12 Feb 2006
Posts: 7

PostPosted: Wed 26 Apr '06 23:13    Post subject: The Netblock Owner Question Reply with quote

I am currently hosting my websites at my home computer, using the zoneedit service. I of course use apache, on Windows XP, and version 2.0.55. When I run any of the websites I host, through the “What’s that site running” tool on netcraft, my ISP is listed as the netblock owner.

If you run apache.org through the tool, you’ll see that at 05/01/2006 the netblock owner of apache.org was “United Layer, Inc”. Which I’m guessing, was their ISP. At 07/01/2006, the netblock owner was changed to “apache.org” Why? How? Did apache become an ISP?

How do they do that? And more importantly how can I do that? Smile

Thanks
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